Mad and silly

Mad and silly
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Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • mad — [ mæd ] adjective ** 1. ) never before noun INFORMAL angry: He makes me mad, the way he keeps criticizing me. mad at/with: My boss is mad at me for missing the meeting. 2. ) MAINLY BRITISH very silly or stupid: CRAZY: be mad to do something: You… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mad — adjective madder, maddest 1 ANGRY (not before noun) informal especially AmE angry: You make me so mad! | Stay clear of Tucker he s mad as hell and looking for a fight. | mad at sb AmE: Don t get mad at me, I m just telling you what Ray said. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Silly Symphony Swings — en 2010. Ancien(s) nom(s) : Orange Stinger Localisation Parc : Disney California Adventure Zone …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mad Libs — was invented in 1953 by Leonard Stern and Roger Price, who published the first Mad Libs book themselves in 1958. Mad Libs books are still published by Price Stern Sloan, an imprint of Penguin Group, cofounded by Price and Stern.FormatMad Libs… …   Wikipedia

  • mad — W3S2 [mæd] adj comparative madder superlative maddest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(angry)¦ 2¦(crazy)¦ 3¦(uncontrolled)¦ 4 be mad about/for/on somebody/something 5¦(mentally ill)¦ 6 like mad 7 don t go mad …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mad Tea Party — Autre(s) nom(s) : Mad Hatter s Tea Cups Alice s Tea Party Mad Hatter Tea Cups Localisation Parc : Disneyland Zone : Fantasyland Lieu : Anaheim …   Wikipédia en Français

  • mad — I. adjective (madder; maddest) Etymology: Middle English medd, madd, from Old English gemǣd, past participle of *gemǣdan to madden, from gemād silly, mad; akin to Old High German gimeit foolish, crazy Date: before 12th century 1. disordered in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Mad Libs — Das Improvisationsspiel Mad Libs (aus dem Englischen „ad lib“, was wiederum aus dem Lateinischen „ad libitum“ „wie Sie wünschen“, kommt) ist ein Spiel aus Worten mit einem vorgegebenen Lückentext. Ein Spieler fordert eine Reihe von Wörtern von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • mad*/ — [mæd] adj 1) British very silly or stupid Syn: crazy You ll think I m mad – I ve just left my job.[/ex] You re mad to spend so much money on clothes.[/ex] 2) informal angry My boss is mad with me for missing the meeting.[/ex] 3) done quickly or… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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